humble beginnings

This is my story.  To understand where I ended up I need to tell you how I came about in the first place.

I have overcome domestic and spousal abuse, poverty, hunger, lack of education, and being a divorced mother with a small child to becoming a valued, wealthy, highly-educated, owner and president of a nationwide travel nurse company that is one of the largest in the US.  I have grown my company from running it myself to where it is today.

I have no high school degree, but I completed my GED and graduated on May 15, 1981 with a four-year nursing degree: Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN).  I became a Registered Nurse in 1982.  I have a Master of Business (MBA) Degree I obtained May 4, 1991.  Along the way, I worked hard, resulting in many awards and certifications.

stage IV cancer

In 2012, I was diagnosed with stage IV ovarian cancer, along with cancer throughout my whole abdomen and brain tumors. I was given the death sentence of eight months to live and three “treatments”: surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation. Not wanting to give up on my family, in-house staff, and nurses, I followed the doctors’ treatment plan. Meanwhile, I read anything about cancer treatments I could get my hands on and changed my lifestyle. I stumbled across alternative treatments and Dr. Kleef in Austria.

After a few rounds of chemotherapy, I flew over to Austria with my husband to get treated with regional hyperthermia, IV Vitamin C, and other natural methods. I came back cancer-free and have been an advocate of natural treatments for cancer ever since. Through obtaining my doctorate of natural medicine, I discovered the world of natural, homeopathic treatments for almost every disease and ailment.

naturopathy

As I have expanded my knowledge in the naturopathic field, I have discovered many amazing truths. During my battle with cancer, I was unknowingly using natural methods, hindering processes that fed cancer. Everything I was doing to combat cancer inside my body had positive, pain-free, non-toxic outcomes, including throwing out carcinogens in my daily routine, changing my diet, and taking the right supplements. After realizing the natural ways I can shrink and defeat cancer, I wanted to help others do too. I bought the only legal hyperthermia machine in the U.S. and brought it home. I bought a Biocharger and started providing treatments. I wrote a cancer guide to killing the disease (coming soon!). I continue to use essential oils, vitamins, supplements, and diet changes to have a healthy standard of living. At the age of 60, I went back to school to obtain my Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine. I completed my doctorate and have explored homeopathic and naturopathic medicines to help other people ever since.

Training & Credentials


DNM・MBA・BSN・RN

Dr. Diana completed her Doctorate of Natural Medicine the Summer of 2018 at Trinity School of Natural Health
In 1982 Dr. Diana passed Lousiana state nursing boards with flying colors
Dr. Diana completed her Masters of Business Administration in May of 1991 at Centenary College of Louisiana
Dr. Diana completed her Bachelors of Nursing in May of 1981 at Northwestern State University of Louisiana

OTHER CREDENTIALS, CERTIFICATIONS, AND AWARDS

Meet the Team


 

Dr. Diana can’t do it alone. She believes in comforting and restoring lives by providing opportunities to the underdogs both in-house and in the field.

Anna Gibson


 

Digital Brand Publicist

Anna is Diana’s publicist, book designer, social media manager, website designer, brand strategist, and PR Manager. 

She has a Bachelors in Marketing and Graphic Design from John Brown University. She is currently pursuing her MBA of International Business at John Brown University. Anna enjoys spending time with her family and friends, traveling, and photography.

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What is trs healthcare?

It has been a while since I cared for patients in the ICU, but time hasn’t faded the memories. I still remember how tired I was after 12 hours on my feet, and how frustrating it could be to get everything accomplished before the end of my shift. I know what it is like to provide care for patients whose needs never end. I also remember going home each day knowing that I had made a difference in comforting and restoring the lives of others. I began to realize there are some things only a nurse can do. Only a nurse can provide that healing and restoring touch. This realization led me to believe nurses, the people who sacrifice so much to restore others, should have greater opportunities and experiences. This was the birth of The Right Solutions, which eventually became TRS Healthcare.